Ms. Boon practices out of the New York office, where she prosecutes securities fraud, corporate governance and shareholder rights litigation for the firm's institutional investor clients.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Boon was an associate at a major international law firm, where she represented clients in securities litigation, ERISA litigation, contract disputes, international arbitration, white collar crime and criminal appeals.
Ms. Boon is currently a senior member of the teams prosecuting New York State Teachers’ Retirement System v. General Motors Company, et al.; The Department of The Treasury of the State of New Jersey and Its Division of Investment v. Cliffs Natural Resources Inc., et al.; and Public School Teachers’ Pension and Retirement Fund of Chicago v. Northern Trust Investments N.A., et al. In addition, over the past few years, Ms. Boon has been a senior member of the teams prosecuting numerous actions against Morgan Stanley and Deutsche Bank arising out of their allegedly fraudulent sales of residential mortgage-backed securities, which have resulted in millions of dollars in recovery for investors, including Metropolitan Life Insurance Company v. Morgan Stanley, et al., among others.
While in law school, Ms. Boon served as the research assistant to Dean Nora Demleitner. Ms. Boon also worked as an intern at HerJustice (formerly known as inMotion, Inc.), as well as Hofstra Law School’s Political Asylum Clinic.